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for the nation behind it is quite unbelievable. -- coordination behind it is quite unbelievable. >> al-shabab says there is no famine in the country and accuses the u.n. of examined -- a guy during the drive for political reasons. aid agencies remain in place. caroline hawley reports. you may find some of these images distressing. >> the refugee camps in kenya. the body of a charm lies next to those still struggling for life. -- of a child lies next to those still struggling for life. a combination of war and drought has created a devastating emergency, displacing huge numbers of somalis with in their own country, too. the capital, mogadishu, is not safe. it is still a magnet for people in need. >> she is 80 years old and she is taking care of five children. she is the grandmother. the father and mother died because of disease. >> the hardline islamic group al-shabab has links to al qaeda and is fighting the western government of somalia. the government is in control of olli the center of the capital. is these areas where somalis are starving to death. al-shabab has made clear it will
his face at gay pride parade. unbelieve al. it's become clear to me that you're not actually david tiree. even though i was on broadway once they found out i was a.... >> i loved you in the book of mormon. too bad you didn't win. >> reporter: are you from the book of mormon? oh, my god. >> reporter: all right. i hope you guys have fun (beep) yourselves. it became clear that no one, not even this intrepid reporter, was immune from their takeover. >> i think that new york is a part of the world right now. new york is going to still be new york. just a part of everything else. >> reporter: really? >> yes. >> reporter: then how did this happen? three minutes ago i was wearing a suit. i have no idea how i even got in these. >> good luck, buffalo. you'll need it. >> jon: anarchy. we'll be let me tell you this. the marriage equality act passing in new york wasn't the only bit of good news here this weekend. take a look at this. >> up next, setting the record straight about our interview last week with jon stewart. >> jon: yes! finally. ( applause ) let me tell you what's going on. i do an
the world's nicest kid. >> what a good guy. >> that's unbelieve al. when a break. >> when that kid caught the ball, the happiest kid in the ball. can you imagine him giving that ball away? great, great story. i don't know who you are, kid, but good on you. >> what a sweetheart. nice to know. >> yeah. >> good people in this world. >>> up next on "american morning," governor rick perry of texas, he's not a candidate yet for president but a new poll suggests he's attracting a lot of attention from republicans. more details on that. >>> he stood by tiger woods through it all. now steve williams, tiger's fired caddie, is talking, and he's not happy. >>> also, a big las vegas headliner joining dozens of vegas showgirls to protest what some of the biggest hotels on the strip are charging guests. >>> you're watching "american morning." it's 14 minutes past the hour. [ female announcer ] the healing power of touch can be even more powerful, with precise pain relieving cream. it blocks pain signals fast for relief precisely where you need it most. precise. only from the makers of tylenol. ♪ let m
-raising peck. no word on what caused the bird to take out its issues on passerbies. unbelievable there. it is five my under the circumstances past the hour. watch out for the birds. >> i know. >> back out to matt, ann, and al. >> that is aggressive. >> natalie, thanks. >>> let's check your weather, shall we? now i will get a call or two from alfred hitchcock fans. we got a heat wave that we're going to be talking about. another one. big ridge of high pressure pushing the jet stream to the north today and into early next week. that means we're going to be looking at heat warnings, heat advisories and heat watches pretty much into next week, stretching sunday up into minnesota and all of the way down into illinois by -- they have heat advisories until thursday for parts of central illinois. that's what's going on around >> good morning. humidity in a comfortable range. this afternoon, a mixture of sunshine and a few clouds. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> all right, al. thanks. >>> casey anthony walked out of jail a free woman on sunday after being acquitted in the murder
increase costs for medicare beneficiaries. unbelievable from a member from south florida. >> that was debbie wasserman schultz from florida, speaking out about the radical cap and cut bill that passed the house tonight. she was calling out her fellow floridian al enwest for his support of the flan. he responded with a letter to democratic leadership. in it, he called wasserman machine schultz the most vile, unprofessional, and did he say pickable member of the united states house of representatives. he also called her a coward. he said she was, quote, not a lady. and al enwest told him to shet the heck up. jane, debbie wasserman schultz responded to that quote saying the truth hurts, that's the point, right? the cuts the gop are putting forward really are going to hurt a lot of americans. why would they go down this road. i think that exchange there that we just had really underscores just how intense this whole thing is and how divided our lawmakers are when you come to start talking about how to balance the budget and using the big three and not having any tax increases
and react wh spoken to or touched. said to be an emotional boost for survivors young and old. back to al. >> as we show you what's going on with all of the heat, it brutal and is going to continue. 32 state and the district of columbia under heat watches, warnings through saturday. that's unbelievable. plus, the or problem is, not just the heat, humidity. why humidity? all of the flooding in the spring of the missouri river and tributaries, that heat that moisture from the flooding is release in the atmosphere, due to the excess heat. so we have heat indices. afternoon highs, air temperatures 97 minneapolis, atlanta, 95. the same in d.c. 102 in little rock. 101 kansas city. add hugh to that it feels like it's 115 in chicago for the afternoon high. the same in minneapolis, 106 in little rock. feels like triple digits in philadelphia and washington, d.c. very dangerous. and it's going to continue for at least the next 72 hours. that's what's go on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> yeah, this is day three of our heat wave and we've got about four more
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